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Beta vulgaris

Beta vulgaris

Beet / Chard

Family: Chenopodiaceae
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Type: biennial, grown as annual;
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Sizes: ↑ to 45 cm ↔ 50 cm;
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Hardiness: fully hardy [ to -15 C ];
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Soil: rich; moisture-retentive; light;
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Place: sunny; partial shade;
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Application: vegetable gardens; fodder plants; for decorative foliage; mixed borders; annual bedding;
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Variety: subsp. cicla Swiss Chard

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